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One of our favourite parts of designing and building living spaces is crafting kitchens. keeping functionality at the heart of a beautiful design is a challenge we relish. Our kitchens are always hand-made and one off.
Mild steel worktops have been plasma cut and welded to form a corner curve. The curved doors are laminated with antique copper panels.
Customised plate rack made from teak decking off a Victorin super yacht.
Tea and coffee shelves in pitch pine and oak (salvaged from an old boat hull).
Bamboo and reclaimed wood crockery shelf.
Mahogany draws, custom made terracotta floor tiles.
Spoon handles, antique mahogany with copper rivets as door panels.
Brass worktops, with reclaimed teak doors and details.
The Raft kitchen had to be ccompact. We gave it an inset chopping board, a seperate island for tea and toast making and a huge skylight. The layout, the bright reflective brass and a skylight give it a light and open feel.
A houseboat kitchen. We TIG welded the curved stainless steel work-tops to fit the shape of the boat. With teak lathes and antique hatch cover draw fronts.
Burnt bamboo and reclaimed teak breakfast bar.
A family kitchen with locally sourced oak worktops, solid wood cupboards and drawers.
We jointed locally sourced oak for this work top.
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